The European Chemical Transport Association (ECTA) has launched a new workgroup to improve supply chain visibility within bulk liquid flows.
Cryogenic tanks and trailers are used to store and transport liquefied gases such as liquid oxygen, LNG and liquid nitrogen at high pressures and low temperatures.
Dynamic growth is set to continue in the industrial gas markets of China and the wider Asia-Pacific region, and the industry will need to provide the supply chains to match this growth in the future.
Netherlands-based Trifleet Leasing has expanded its tank container fleet with twenty 20ft 22,000 litre cryogenic tank containers for gases such as CO2, liquid oxygen, nitrogen, liquid argon and LNG.
When a small gas company in the UK and an innovative cryogenic equipment company in Minnesota, US got together in the 1990s and started brainstorming a better way to deliver liquid molecules to the smaller user, microbulk was born.
Transport and logistics service provider HOYER Group has equipped more than 10,000 tanks with its smart technology.